Tech Transfer

  1. July 24, 2017

    U-M invests $600,000 in advanced transportation technologies

    Seven technologies demonstrating high potential to help solve transportation issues will receive $600,000 from a U-M program to continue their advancement into the commercial market.

  2. March 14, 2017

    U-M startup working on cancer treatment raises $8.3 million

    A U-M startup that’s developing a non-invasive way to remove diseased tissue from cancer patients using high-intensity ultrasound has attracted $8.3 million in Series B financing.

  3. January 5, 2017

    U-M startup Neurable raises $2M in seed funding

    Neurable, a U-M startup that developed brain-computer interface technology based on breakthrough neuroscience, has raised $2 million in seed funding to bring its software platform to market.

  4. November 16, 2016

    Mike Psarouthakis to direct Tech Transfer Venture Center

    Mike Psarouthakis has been named director of the Tech Transfer Venture Center, which is responsible for helping to identify, develop and launch new startups based on U-M technologies.

  5. October 6, 2016

    Battery startup Elegus Technologies enters $1.5M joint venture

    U-M startup Elegus Technologies has formed a $1.5 million joint venture with two major industry players in an effort to make safer, longer-lasting lithium-ion batteries.

  6. October 3, 2016

    Tech Transfer reports 12 startups, sets record for industry licenses

    U-M signed a record 173 license and option agreements with companies seeking to commercialize discoveries of university researchers in the past fiscal year.

  7. August 23, 2016

    U-M startup Fusion Coolant raises $1.25 million

    Fusion Coolant Systems, a U-M spinout company based in Canton, announced Tuesday it had raised $1.25 million in its first close of Series B funding.

  8. November 12, 2015

    Biopharmaceutical startup with U-M technology goes public

    A clinical stage biopharmaceutical company that uses technology developed at U-M to help develop therapies for cancer patients, is now trading on the NASDAQ.

  9. November 3, 2015

    University invests $1 million in solving transportation challenges

    U-M will award more than $1 million in grant funding to technologies that demonstrate high potential for solving transportation’s toughest challenges.

  10. October 21, 2015

    U-M battery pioneer startup Sakti3 acquired by Dyson

    Sakti3, a U-M startup that pioneered a new battery platform, has been purchased by Dyson in a $90 million deal that follows an initial investment of $15 million earlier this year.